Even the most experienced sales executives face unknown challenges when venturing into international markets. How people buy in one country is not always how they do it elsewhere. Therefore, adapting your proven sales techniques is the only way forward when selling products and services abroad.
To be truly successful around the world, you will have to develop a broad variety of sales strategies to match the different business cultures you are selling in. Across borders, each client or customer’s norms of doing business – from trust-building to communication style to decision-making – define the way sales are made.
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Develop an international sales skillset
Understand how well-known sales techniques play out in different countries
Strategically adapt selling techniques to match local expectations
Identify how products or services appeal to customers in a different cultural context
Prepare for challenging international sales negotiations
Develop presentation materials according to local taste
Check cultural specifics to create successful sales pitches
Clearly understand the local decision-making-process
Develop new sales options
Maximise the outcome of your sales process abroad
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